You can never have enough space for data these days! Whether you need an SD card for your camera, a flash drive for need transferring files from one machine to another, or a microSD card for a security camera or phone, today's Amazon daily deal featuring sales from SanDisk and WD has got you covered. In this sale, you'll find all of the above with up to 40% off and prices starting at just $9.
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MicroSD cards are never that expensive these days, and you can grab high-capacity options from around $20. That might make Lexar's 128GB 1000x microSD card appear expensive at $46 despite that being the lowest this particular card has ever gone. However, when you consider its feature set, it becomes a much better value.
If you're going to be shooting lots and lots of 4K video or you store games on your microSD card where every millisecond counts, this V60 card is for you. It's also one of the few cards out there that can take advantage of UHS-II host devices. The sale also features several professional-grade SD cards that are great for shooting high-quality images with your DSLR.
One great pick for toting files around is the Lexar JumpDrive Tough. The 32GB USB 3.1 flash drive is down to just $8.99 and provides exceptional protection for the data you keep on it. It's resistant to impact, pressure, temperature, and water, and works great with PC and Mac systems.
These types of sales don't come around all that often, but when they do you should absolutely take full advantage of them and load up on everything you need. There are a bunch of options available right now, though the selection will dwindle as the day rolls on and things start to sell out so be sure to order anything you want before it's too late.
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